Steve began his career sniffing around people's dustbins for news but now spends his time sifting through businesses' marketing trash to pick out their best stories. Having trained as a news and business journalist and been a beat reporter, he now works for clients who need positive information extracted from their businesses and talked about in the newspapers, magazines, on the internet, on TV and radio. As well as millions of run-of-the-mill client stories, he has served up some stranger news to the world including a user-friendly atomic bomb experiment, the world's most sophisticated milk carton spout and digitised sheep worrying. Completely separately, he has worked on PR for the corporate resurgence of IBM and the creation of Virgin Media Business. He has also worked on PR for BP and Tesco. More separately still, he has suppressed situations that clients were glad did not see the light of day. He founded a PR agency, Rainier PR, in 1998 and sold it in 2006 to Loewy. He now runs Speed, Loewy's PR arm. He previously worked for two of the world’s largest PR companies, Weber Shandwick/Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG) and Brodeur/Omnicom (NYSE: OMC).
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